Success stories that are so inspirational, you’d want to leave the rat race.”


  • John Nouri

    John Nouri shares his journey from working under his father's auto garage, to buying his first exotic performance car and building the largest rental supercar fleet of the tri-state.
  • David Lee

    After working with his father and learning the industry David was able to open his own jewelry store and help build and grow the business his family started. Today David owns one of the most impressive car collections there is (specifically Ferrari), amasses a total of more than $50 million dollars.
  • Randall Pich

    Randall dropped out of college to pursue his apparel company Live Fit full time. Today, Live Fit is sold in over 100 retail stores and is set to hit $8M in sales.
  • Chris Green

    After graduating from high school, Chris Green decided that instead of going to college like all of his peers, he wanted to take his passion for car audio and turn it into a real business --USP Motorsports
  • Sean Perelstein and Chase Zimmerman

    Chase and Sean have leveraged social media to spread brand awareness of StingHD, their own luxury bracelet accessory line, to more than 500k followers and generated millions in sales.
  • Jake and Kramer

    Two college dropouts started one of the fastest growing modern watch companies in the U.S using crowd funding and social marketing.
  • John Temerian

    President of Lou La Vie, a successful super car rental service based in Miami, FL.
  • Bobby Yampolsky

    His family of 8 came to the U.S with $800 in hand. His father took odd jobs to make a living until one day they opened their first little jewelry kiosk in a mall.
  • Peter Beattie

    Peter Beattie is the successful founder of Maine Media Pro and Video Revolver, who started it out with nothing but an empty hand.
  • Rob Simyar

    Rob Simyar, a former dentist who changed his course and became a successful entrepreneur in the field of adult entertainment industry.
  • Andy Frisella

    As a founder of Supplement Store in MO, Andy Frisella began his venture with an utmost humble beginning before made his way into multiple great successful businesses.
  • Yanni Albana

    During the day, Yanni works at a University where his job is to act as an advisor and network with hundreds of individuals. At night, Yanni is the owner and operator of Nara Ultra Lounge, a hookah lounge based out of San Diego, California
  • Steve Gallion

    Steve Gallion started his million dollar business while he was working full time at Target. He once lost everything to pursue his dream.
  • Amber Blonigan

    Starting with just $30,000 in the bank, Amber left her finance banking job to start Gi Motorsports at the age of 25. Her business successfully earned $100k before the end of the third month.
  • Timothy Sykes

    Tim is the authority in penny stocks and successfully traded $12,415 into over $1.6 million.
  • Rob Dahm

    Rob Dahm went from mowing lawns to fixing neighbors computers and ultimately built up a 7 figure empire with Computer Works, Inc.
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